“Pareidolia,” a senior exhibition featuring the work of nine Western Carolina University art students, will open with a reception from 4 until 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 22. in the Star Lobby of the Fine and Performing Arts Center.
An article by Jennifer Doyle-Corn, a graduate student in the English literature program, has been accepted for publication in the 2009-10 issue of the Sigma Tau Delta Review, a journal of the prestigious international English honor society Sigma Tau Delta.
Western Carolina University graduate student Tracy Bochnak Kirchmann recently received an honorable mention in the 2009 Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture competition from the International Sculpture Center. The competition featured 441 students from more than 176 college and university sculpture programs in North America and abroad.
Six Western Carolina University students majoring in environmental health have been selected to present their research at the regional American Society of Safety Engineers professional development conference in Myrtle Beach in late September.
Brittany Hill, a senior clinical laboratory sciences major at Western Carolina University from Waynesville, has won the Dorothy Morrison Memorial Scholarship from the national Alpha Mu Tau fraternity for clinical laboratory sciences professionals.
Tad Daggerhart, a 2008 graduate of Western Carolina University, has been awarded an Annenberg Graduate Fellowship to continue his studies in the writing program at the University of Southern California Film School.